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ISES WEBINAR WITH DR. SHOJI NAKAYAMA - SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 14

Title: Japan Environment and Children’s Study: protocol, exposure measurement instruments and possible implications
Date: Wednesday, October 14 
Time: 11:00AM - 12:00PM EDT
Presenter: Dr. Shoji Nakayama

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

Workshop on "Theoretical Background of Occupational Exposure Models"

Modelling of occupational exposure

Various exposure modelling approaches will be introduced in this workshop and the theoretical background, application and limitations will be presented and discussed. Participants are asked to engage in discussing the applicability of the currently available models with the aim to reach a common understanding of the benefits and limitations of the different ways of exposure modelling and to draw a roadmap towards future exposure modelling initiatives.

Postdoctoral Research Associate at Indiana University

An opening for a postdoctoral research associate at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, United States.  The candidate will work on a newly funded NIH project aimed at studying the environmental exposure to organic flame retardants, polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), and other persistent environmental contaminants in senior care facilities in Indiana

International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) VIRTUAL 30th Annual Meeting September 21-22, 2020!

The 30th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science is also the Society’s 1st virtual meeting. Join us this September 21 – 22 for ISES2020: Changing Exposure, Climate, and Health: From Science to Policy. Exposure science has never been so critical- this meeting will promote information sharing and facilitate discussion on exposure science and related fields in the context of the changing environment, including the challenges posed by the COVID19 pandemic.

Peter Fantke awarded the Joan M. Daisey Outstanding Young Scientist Award

ISES Europe society would like to heartly congratulate Peter Fantke, ISES Europe's Councillor for a 'European Exposure Science Strategy' on his outstanding achievement of being awarded the prestigious Joan M. Daisey Outstanding Young Scientist Award from the International Society of Exposure Science.

ISES 2020 Virtual Conference - Registration is now open

ISES 2020

ISES 2020 is now a virtual event that will take place from September 21-22, 2020 and registration for the event is now open. 

The International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) invites you to join its VIRTUAL 30th Annual Meeting to be held on September 21-22, 2020! Exposure science has never been so critical. This meeting will promote information sharing and facilitate discussion on exposure science and related fields in the context of the changing environment, including the challenges posed by the COVID19 pandemic.

Contribute to ISES activities

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Would you like to contribute to exposure science communication and outreach? The International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) have three different options to contribute to activities of ISES. 

Building a European exposure science strategy

Read about our plans for 'Building a European exposure science strategy' in our recent Perspective article published in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. A sincere thank you for all the authors of this article. It is available via open access at http://doi.org/10.1038/s41370-019-0193-7

New BAuA Project

BAuA Dortmund

The Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) in Dortmund, Germany just started a new project. F 2467 „Modular Exposure Models for OSH Risk Assessment in Chemical Safety“ will aim at the improvement of modelling occupational exposure for risk assessment within chemical regulations like REACH or the Biocides Regulation.

Exposure Scientist job opportunity in Shell

Shell Group are seeking for an Exposure Scientist to join our Risk Science Team (RST). The RST partners with internal and external stakeholders to develop and implement health and environmental risk assessment outcomes. Areas of particular relevance to the Exposure Science Team are regulatory chemical safety assessments for new and existing products; innovative exposure monitoring methodologies; exposure control guidance for health hazards; critical reviews of operational Health Risk Assessments; interpretation and guidance for new emerging health hazards.

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